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On the Expediency of Assigning Specific Names to All Such Functions of Simple Elements as Represent Definite Physical Properties; with the Suggestion of a New Term in Mechanics; Illustrated by an Investigation of the Machine Moved by Recoil, and Also by Some Observations on the Steam Engine. [Abstract]

Davies Gilbert
Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
Vol. 2 (1815 - 1830), pp. 299-300
Published by: Royal Society
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Subjects: Biological Sciences Mathematics General Science
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